Our New Year celebration in Singapore was very low key. It rained most of the day which limited our chances to see what the city was offering. That said, we pretty much planned to stay in any way.
I love this time of the year because it gives me a chance to reflect on 2018 and set goals for 2019. Google Maps sent me a note today summarizing our travel journey from the year: 24 countries and 70 cities visited in 2018. Unbelievable.
I am a huge goal setter if you didn't already know. I highly recommend taking the time to put your 2019 goals on paper - somewhere you can see them daily.
At a very high level, I do my goal setting in the following way:
► I take 60 minutes to fully visualize what my perfect year will look like when I reflect back on December 31, 2019. All aspects of my life. I write it all down. I keep this somewhere that I can read on a monthly basis.
► I figure out what it will take to get there, month by month, week by week, day by day. I write down the actions that are necessary throughout the year.
► Focusing on the most important (top 10), I keep the monthly goals somewhere that I can see daily. I build my weekly and daily goals/tasks from that list.
► Reflect monthly to change direction or add focus if/when needed (because life throws curveballs). That doesn't mean you give yourself easy outs to 'fail' but simply to adjust.
► Work hard. Enjoy the process.
There are MANY great ways to establish goals. I highly recommend finding one that suits your personality.
I wish you great luck (cuz that's important too) accomplishing your goals in 2019. If I can help you in any way, please let me know.
Here's to our BEST YEAR YET!
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